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Latest Recommendations from Central District Health

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With community transmission now identified, it is more important than ever that people follow public health recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID -19.

 

CDH recommends that everyone:

 

  • Follow the statewide Stay-Home Order
  • Practice social distancing: avoid crowds, maintain at least 6 feet from others
  • Stay home if you are sick, even if symptoms are mild
  • Only leave your home for "essential activities" or to work for an "essential business"
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Use drive through and delivery services for everyday errands where possible
  • Persons at increased risk of severe illness should consider sheltering in place
  • Do not host or attend any gatherings
  • Limit unnecessary travel
  • Persons with recent travel to an area having widespread community transmission or a shelter in place order should shelter in place at home until 14 days after return
  • Create a plan for how to safely care for a household member if they become ill

 

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